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Fincastle & Kentucky County, Va.-Ky. : records and history

Michael L. Cook and Bettie A. Cummings Cook
Books/Monographs
English
Evansville, Indiana : Cook Pub., c1987
v.

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Includes name index for each volume.

CONTENTS: Vol. 1. Fincastle County and Kentucky County: background and history; Acts of the Virginia Legislature pertaining to Fincastle County; Acts of the Virginia Legislature pertaining to Kentucky County, and up to the time that Kentucky became a separate state; Land entries from Lincoln and Jefferson counties records pertaining to Kentucky County; Fincastle County, record of surveys; Fincastle County, warrants of officers and soldiers from the Earl of Dunmore, Governor of Virginia; Fincastle County, deed book A, from 1773; Fincastle County, deed and will book B, from 1773; Fincastle County, county court order book no. 1, 1773; Fincastle County, county court order book no. 2, 1774-1776; and marriage records.

These records cover that part of Virginia which later became the state of Kentucky as well as records of Kentucky after statehood.

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